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Koshering Utensils

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Koshering is the process by which one makes non-kosher vessels and utensils kosher. Regarding Passover, koshering refers to the process of making chametz vessels and utensils kosher for Passover...
Learn some kosher laws for food utensils like pots and pans, which are mentioned in the parsha. A taste of Shazak Parsha, where the weekly Torah portion comes alive! Geared for kids... Great for adults!
Two camps that my father had contacted that week had already signed on, but everyone assumed that approaching the Hashomer Hatzair camp was an effort in futility.
Recently, I had my first experience preparing kosher food.
When thinking about the food we eat, it's easy to forget about the machinery that’s used to make it. But not if you’re a kosher supervisor! In this final installment of Kosher Uncovered, we peel back the lid on this final ingredient of the kosher industry...
How did I get to this point? Of not only wanting to have a kosher kitchen, but actually having it koshered?
Toronto couple says it ‘puts you in a holier mindset and sphere’
Fifth in a series of articles on the 40th anniversary of the worldwide kosher campaign launched by the Rebbe in 1975. Calev (Eric) Taylor, 39, and Malkah Esther (Michelle) Glass, 32, remember when Rabbi Uri Gelman showed up at the front door toting a blow...
A Canadian rabbi deconstructs his work making kitchens and all implements in it kosher
Fourth in a series of articles on the 40th anniversary of the worldwide kosher campaign launched by the Rebbe in 1975. With his flowing gray beard and carefully chosen words, Rabbi Uri Gelman seems like a typical rabbi. But instead of a Talmud or other To...
A focus on what Jewish people consume and how it affects their lives
Second in a series of articles on the 40th anniversary year of the worldwide kosher campaign launched by the Rebbe in 1975. In the summer of 1975, the Lubavitcher Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—called for a new mitzvah campaign: t...
The mitzvah to observe the Torah’s dietary laws of eating kosher are all-encompassing in daily living. The campaign to encourage our fellow Jews to go Kosher – on a practical level – focuses on keeping a kosher kitchen. Explore the unique quality of this ...
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